Anxiety Treatment

Do you feel like you can’t stop worrying?

It may feel like your mind is always racing.

Or like you’re always irritable and uneasy. Your anxiety may keep you up at night and cause you to have trouble sleeping. You know that many people worry from time to time, but your worry is starting to make it difficult to function.

You may worry often about what others might think of you. You’re so concerned about what others think of you that you’re perfectionistic.

As a result, you have trouble saying no to others. Or, it may have gotten to the point where your partner or friends are getting frustrated with you.

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Anxiety Treatment Can Help You Heal Your Anxiety

When you’re struggling with anxiety, it can feel like no one understands. People might brush it off as stress. But, you know that this is more than stress. Anxiety is real, and it can be debilitating for many people.
Yet, you don’t have to go through this on your own.
Anxiety treatment can allow you to get to the root of your anxiety and start to heal. An anxiety therapist can help you to understand your anxiety. Together, you can learn skills to soothe your anxiety. Through treatment, you can become more connected with yourself and compassionate toward yourself when you make mistakes.
Anxiety treatment won’t completely “erase” your anxiety. But it can help you to manage it when it takes over. You can get to a place where you’re able to encounter any of life’s challenges. With the right tools, you can face them with a sense of confidence and groundedness.

Common Symptoms of Anxiety

Anxiety is sometimes brushed off as stress or worry. As a result, it can be difficult for some to identify what they’re experiencing as anxiety. Anxiety does affect every person in a different way. But, there are some common symptoms of anxiety that many people experience.

  • A racing heart
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Feeling on edge or irritable
  • Perfectionism
  • Racing thoughts
  • Often worrying about what others think of you
  • Difficulty saying no to others
  • Trouble focusing on things outside of your anxious thoughts
It’s important to note that even if you don’t have an anxiety disorder, your experience of anxiety is still real. Different degrees of anxiety can still have negative effects on people’s lives. No matter what your experience of anxiety is, you are deserving of support and healing.

We use a variety of anxiety treatment approaches in our work with clients.
We may draw from:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Mindfulness-based therapy
Somatic therapy
Internal family systems
And/or other anxiety treatment approaches

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 

CBT is a type of anxiety treatment. It helps you understand the thoughts and beliefs contributing to your anxiety. CBT also helps you to understand the connection between your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. CBT can help you to challenge your thoughts and beliefs. By challenging them, they have less power over you and are less likely to lead to anxious feelings and behaviors.

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Mindfulness-Based Therapy

This anxiety treatment approach can help you to become more aware of your thoughts and feelings in the present moment. By becoming more aware of your anxious thoughts, you can learn how to sit with them and let them pass instead of obsessing over them.

Begin Anxiety Treatment in Gallatin, TN

You deserve support in overcoming your symptoms of anxiety. Our team of caring therapists can help equip you with the tools to cope with your symptoms and feel more at peace.

To start therapy with our Gallatin, TN-based therapy practice, please follow these steps:


Contact TN Mental Wellness


Meet with a caring therapist


Start improving your mental health!

Other Services Offered with TN Mental Wellness

At TN Mental Wellness, we are happy to offer a variety of services in support of your mental health. Our team offers counseling for teens, art therapy, couples counseling, divorce recovery, postpartum treatment, and brainspotting. Other services offered include health coaching, LGBTQIA therapy, divorce support groups, online courses and corporate seminars. Feel free to learn more by visiting our blog or FAQs page today